Comedy and horror are the peanut butter and chocolate of genres.
Tongue-in-cheek, parody, camp, and slapstick all have homes in subgenres of horror. Evil Dead II is one of the most successful examples of the latter. The Sam Raimi sequel embraces all that connects the most body-based genres, using a cinephile’s smorgasbord of filmmaking techniques to draw lines between wacky and spooky wherever he can.
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